The last time i wrote about the animation in Fairy Tail was around the start of the current series and in that i mostly shat on it for being ridiculously inconsistent (even more so than the first series). As I'm writing this post I'm in a much less irritable mood. I'm back on the Fairy Tail bandwagon after a while of just being sick of Mashima stalling for time with boring arcs. At the start of the Tartaros arc is where the series really hits its stride and gets back to what i loved about the earlier arcs and as i'm enjoying the new episodes i've had some time to look back at the old show and do a bit more research into the people that made that show look good when it did. I already made a sakuga MAD of the old show but as it pertains to this post the most appropriate video accompaniment would be this.
Sunday, 11 October 2015
Friday, 2 October 2015
As a fan of Warner Bros Animation's DC Comics related output you can probably imagine how excited i was when they announced that they'd be producing a series focusing on one of the more memorable characters from their much praised series Justice League Unlimited. Having never read up much on her origins i figured this would be an educational watch in that regard. With some of the writing staff from The CW's cape shows on board and it being announced that it would officially be set in that same universe, me watching this show was pretty much a foregone conclusion. I did have misgivings however, such as the fact that it would only be six episodes at around 5 minutes each. As a test run i concluded it was better than nothing so i waited eagerly for it to premiere. Now that its concluded its run i thought i'd share my thoughts on the series.
Thursday, 23 April 2015
With the winter season firmly in everyones memories and my blog going unloved for the past few months i thought i'd share my thoughts on some of the shows i followed that recently finished. Lets start with Nanatsu no Taizai.
Nanatsu no Taizai
Tuesday, 17 February 2015
I briefly touched upon my thoughts on Toshiharu Sugie in my Fairy Tail Animation Analysis a while back but now that i've had a lot of time to analyse his style i feel it's time i extrapolated upon my opinion of him. To start off here is the first of the series of sakuga MAD's i made of his work.
Tuesday, 3 February 2015
WB Animation have been consistently putting out a lot of entertaining cartoons and movies for a while now. Their adaptations of DC Comics properties in particular have been some of their best efforts with their latest classic being Batman: Assault on Arkham (a.k.a. a pretty fantastic Suicide Squad movie that just happens to feature Batman). Not all their projects have been up to par but for the most part they have been enjoyable. Now looking at the series of animated features they've been producing for several years at this point (starting with Superman: Doomsday), one would wonder how there can be such a difference in quality from Justice League: War to Son of Batman. The credits of these movies will reveal to any intrepid fan that to put out the number of movies they do a year it only makes sense that they would outsource to multiple different studios. Therein lies my interest. Each studio has a different style with my favourite at the moment being Moi Animation who (mostly) never disappoint. They however aren't the only good studio WB Animation has at their disposal. More after the customary video.